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Tenderloin Supermarket's Among Projects Put on the Backburner

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Three big affordable housing projects of Tenderloin Neighborhood Development have been slowly percolating through the pipeline, but are now all "on hold due to lack of city financing," according to the TNDC's website. Those projects include the shiny (for the neighborhood) Tenderloin gro-sto apartments that residents have long pined for, designed by David Baker, the 13-story low-income project at 1036 Mission by Solomon E.T.C., and the somewhat more elusive 200-or-so apartment project at 1400 Mission (old and new pics after the jump). Given the state of financing in general, let alone city financing, the freeze is no shocker — but it also means SoMa and the TL will be getting even less rebar in coming years.

· In Development [TNDC]
· Rendering Reveal: More Affordable Housing for Mission St. [Curbed SF]
· Big Shiny Building Hitting Eddy & Taylor, Gro-Sto or Not [Curbed SF]
· SoMa Swank: Rooftop Soirées Aren't Just for the Rich [Curbed SF]